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25-year follow-up of treated and not-treated adolescents after the Spitak earthquake: course and predictors of PTSD and depression—ERRATUM

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The above mentioned article was published in Psychological Medicine with some errors in Table 3. The correct version of Table 3 is shown below:

Table 3. The full model and the final stepwise model for PTSD-RI, PCL, and CES-D scores at 25-year follow-up among adults who were early-adolescents in 1988

PTSD-RI, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder-Reaction Index; PCL, PTSD Checklist; CES-D, Center for Epidemiologic Studies-Depression; EQ, earthquake; SAD, separation anxiety disorder. Reference groups used for the anayses: no home destruction; no treatment; no adversities; no death; and no injury.

Cambridge University Press apologises for this error.

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Goenjian, A., Steinberg, A., Walling, D., Bishop, S., Karayan, I., & Pynoos, R. (2020). 25-year follow-up of treated and not-treated adolescents after the Spitak earthquake: Course and predictors of PTSD and depression. Psychological Medicine, 113. doi:10.1017/S0033291719003891Google ScholarPubMed
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Table 3. The full model and the final stepwise model for PTSD-RI, PCL, and CES-D scores at 25-year follow-up among adults who were early-adolescents in 1988

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